Demonstrations for the theory of proveit.linear_algebra¶

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import proveit
from proveit import defaults
from proveit import a, b, c, X, Y, Z
from proveit.logic import InSet, InClass, CartExp
from proveit.numbers import Real, three
from proveit.linear_algebra import VecSpaces, VecAdd, ScalarMult
%begin demonstrations

Vector space closure proofs under addition and scalar multiplication¶

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R3 = CartExp(Real, three)
R3:
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defaults.assumptions = [InSet(a, Real), InSet(b, Real), InSet(c, Real),
InSet(X, R3), InSet(Y, R3), InSet(Z, R3)]
defaults.assumptions:
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InSet(ScalarMult(a, X), R3).prove()
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, ,  ⊢
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lin_comb = VecAdd(ScalarMult(a, X), ScalarMult(b, Y), ScalarMult(c, Z))
lin_comb:
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InSet(lin_comb, R3).prove()
, , , , ,  ⊢
BEGIN Testing: working on a generalization of the VecAdd.factorization() method.
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from proveit import a, b, c, i, j, k, u, v, w, x, y, z, IndexedVar
from proveit.linear_algebra import ScalarMult, TensorProd, VecAdd, VecSum
from proveit.numbers import one, nine, Interval, Mult
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defaults.assumptions = [InSet(a, Real), InSet(b, Real), InSet(c, Real),
InSet(u, R3), InSet(v, R3), InSet(w, R3),
InSet(x, R3), InSet(y, R3), InSet(z, R3)]
defaults.assumptions:

Some work below on a possible function to check for a factor in a vector expression, the issue being that we might have a vector expression with heterogeneous components such as a VecAdd of a ScalarMult and a VecSum, etc.

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def has_factor(vec, factor):
if vec == factor:
return True
if isinstance(vec, ScalarMult):
vec_simplified = vec.shallow_simplified()
if (vec_simplified.scalar == factor or
(isinstance(vec_simplified.scalar, Mult) and
factor in vec_simplified.scalar.operands)):
return True
else:
return has_factor(vec_simplified.scaled, factor)
if isinstance(vec, TensorProd):
print("We have a TensorProd: {}".format(vec))
return any([has_factor(v, factor) for v in vec.operands])
if isinstance(vec, VecSum):
print("We have a VecSum: {}".format(vec))
return has_factor(vec.summand, factor)
return all([has_factor(v, factor) for v in vec.operands])
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example_01:
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example_02 = VecAdd(x, ScalarMult(a, x), TensorProd(x, y))
example_02:
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example_vec_sum_01 = VecSum(i, TensorProd(x, IndexedVar(y, i)), domain=Interval(one, nine))
example_vec_sum_01:
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example_03 = VecAdd(x, ScalarMult(a, x), TensorProd(x, y), example_vec_sum_01)
example_03:
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has_factor(example_03, x)
We have a TensorProd: x otimes y
We have a VecSum: Sum_{i=1}^{9} (x otimes y_{i})
We have a TensorProd: x otimes y_{i}
True
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# containing a nested ScalarMult
example_04 = VecAdd(x, ScalarMult(a, ScalarMult(b, x)), TensorProd(x, y), example_vec_sum_01)
example_04:
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has_factor(example_04, x)
We have a TensorProd: x otimes y
We have a VecSum: Sum_{i=1}^{9} (x otimes y_{i})
We have a TensorProd: x otimes y_{i}
True
END Testing
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%end demonstrations